Phenonip - A liquid preservative to inhibit a full range of microbial growth in your cremes, lotions, salt scrubs, dusting powders and liquid soap bases. This preservative is more suitable than Germaben II for products that are manufactured at higher temperature ranges. Temperature should be below 200F degrees when added to recipe. Phenonip is not a formaldehyde donor. Use at a rate of .5 -1.0% of the total weight of your product.While volume vs. weight measurements vary, these measurements may help you if you don't have a scale handy:
0.1 oz. = 3 ml3.0 ml = 2 grams
Ingredients:Botanical Name: Phenoxyethanol (and) Methylparaben (and) Ethylparaben (and) Butylparaben (and) PropylparabenCommon Name: Phenonip
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Carrie! I'm so sorry you were disappointed with this preservative. We use our Phenonip all of the time and have never noticed a lingering odor in our final products as seen in our Emulsified Scrub (from Scratch) on Soap Queen TV. I even went out to our warehouse to smell the Phenonip out of bottle to see exactly what you were talking about and detected no sweet, floral scent at all it smelled more lightly of plastic. I am worried you may have received the wrong product. I will email you personally to resolve this issue.
Reply from Bramble BerryHi Elizabeth! I'm so glad this preservative works well for you! In our tests and recipes, we didn't notice any smell in the finished projects when used at .5-1% in your recipe, as seen in the Rose Clay Exfoliating Mask on Soap Queen TV. I'll be emailing you personally to discuss this further!
Reply from Bramble BerryHi Carrie! I'm glad you like this product! In our tests and recipes, we didn't notice the Phenonip smell in the final product. I'll be emailing you personally to talk more!
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